Timerit is a powerful multiline alternative to Python’s builtin
Easily do robust timings on existing blocks of code by simply indenting them. There is no need to refactor into a string representation or convert to a single line.
This is a standalone version of a utility distributed with ubelt.
Timerit makes it easy to benchmark complex blocks of code in either scripted or interactive sessions (e.g. Jupyter notebooks). The following example only times a single line, but including more is trivial.
>>> import math >>> from timerit import Timerit >>> t1 = Timerit(num=200, verbose=2) >>> for timer in t1: >>> setup_vars = 10000 >>> with timer: >>> math.factorial(setup_vars) >>> print('t1.total_time = %r' % (t1.total_time,)) Timing for 200 loops Timed for: 200 loops, best of 3 time per loop: best=2.064 ms, mean=2.115 +- 0.05 ms t1.total_time = 0.4427177629695507
mkinit timerit –nomods –relative # TODO: get sphinx to ignore these mkinit-blocks